5 rows where outage = 679859

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id ▼ outage snapshot lastUpdateTime currentEtor autoEtor estCustAffected hazardFlag latitude longitude regionName cause crewCurrentStatus
1571958646:679859 679859 679859 2019-10-24 16:10:46-07:00 3224 October 24, 2019 - 23:01:30 UTC     1 0 37.50981 -122.26115 San Carlos 24 Unknown - PG&E will be assessing the cause. 1 PG&E assessment crew is en route to the outage. 5
1571959233:679859 679859 679859 2019-10-24 16:20:33-07:00 3225 October 24, 2019 - 23:01:30 UTC     1 0 37.50981 -122.26115 San Carlos 24 Unknown - PG&E will be assessing the cause. 1 PG&E assessment crew is en route to the outage. 5
1571961033:679859 679859 679859 2019-10-24 16:50:33-07:00 3226 October 24, 2019 - 23:01:30 UTC     1 0 37.50981 -122.26115 San Carlos 24 Unknown - PG&E will be assessing the cause. 1 PG&E assessment crew is en route to the outage. 5
1571961662:679859 679859 679859 2019-10-24 17:01:02-07:00 3227 October 24, 2019 - 23:01:30 UTC     1 0 37.50981 -122.26115 San Carlos 24 Unknown - PG&E will be assessing the cause. 1 PG&E assessment crew is en route to the outage. 5
1571962250:679859 679859 679859 2019-10-24 17:10:50-07:00 3228 October 25, 2019 - 00:02:53 UTC     1 0 37.50981 -122.26115 San Carlos 24 PG&E is investigating the cause of your outage. 6 PG&E is assessing the cause at the outage location. 4

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CREATE TABLE [outage_snapshots] (
   [id] TEXT PRIMARY KEY,
   [outage] INTEGER REFERENCES [outages]([id]),
   [snapshot] INTEGER REFERENCES [snapshots]([id]),
   [lastUpdateTime] INTEGER,
   [currentEtor] INTEGER,
   [autoEtor] INTEGER,
   [estCustAffected] INTEGER,
   [hazardFlag] INTEGER,
   [latitude] TEXT,
   [longitude] TEXT,
   [regionName] INTEGER REFERENCES [regionName]([id]),
   [cause] INTEGER REFERENCES [cause]([id]),
   [crewCurrentStatus] INTEGER REFERENCES [crewCurrentStatus]([id])
);
CREATE INDEX [idx_outage_snapshots_outage]
    ON [outage_snapshots] ([outage]);